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Piedmont and Mt. Hab

Study guide for Piedmont and Mountain Habitats Science test

All ____________ need air, water, and a source of energy. organisms
An ecosystem includes all the living and ______________ parts that exist in one place. nonliving
A ____________ is a place where an animal or plant lives. habitat
Georgia's mountain _____________ are cold, clear, and rocky. rivers
The rivers in the _______________ move slowly. piedmont
3 organisms that live in the Georgia piedmont bobcat, pine tree, warbler
3 organisms that live in the Georgia mountains black bear, wild pig, mountain laurel
3 organisms that live in Georgia rivers and streams mussel, striped bass, river otter
Two types of marshes Salt marsh and fresh water
Salt marshes are found near the _________. coast.
Fresh water marshes are found near _____________, __________, __________. rivers, lakes, streams.
Swamps and marshes are both called ____________________. wetlands.
A __________________ is a wetland in which mostly trees and woody plants grow. swamp
A _____________ is a wetland in which mostly grasses grow. marsh
Loggerhead turtles lay their eggs in the ____________. sand.
At low tide, birds come to hunt for worms and crabs in a __________________. sandbar.
A dune is a mound of sand formed by wind and ____________. water.
The American oystercatcher lays its eggs in ____________________. dune areas.
In a coral reef, organisms such as sponges and coral attach themselves to the _____________. rock.
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